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This Liquor-Delivery Startup Will Save Your Party

They're also giving away $1 wine next week.

Courtesy of Saucey

Delivery is the watchword in local drink startups these days, with Postmates recently expanding their reach to include booze and newbie Winelandia covering the natural wine market. The latest player on the scene is debuting in SF tonight: L.A.-based Saucey, which offers everything from Smirnoff to Blanton's bourbon, delivered to your door (not to mention 18-racks of Bud Light). The tradeoff, of course, is that things are a bit pricier than they would be at your local liquor store (think $9 for a bomber of Arrogant Bastard, $12 for a sixer of Coors Light, or $55 for a bottle of Veuve), but tax and tip are included in the fee. They offer pre-packaged cocktail kits for mixing up gimlets, Martinis, or Manhattans, not to mention cigarettes, mixers, and Solo cups. The selection is more or less what you'd find at your local Safeway, but it could definitely come in handy at a party that's running low on drinks.

To promote the new service, Saucey is giving away $1 bottles of wine early next week. All you need to do is download the app and sign up; they'll alert users when the wine promo runs. For any order, they promise delivery anywhere in SF within 20 to 40 minutes. (Promo code mk1qb4 will get you $5 off your first order.) Fair warning, Android users: it's iOS only at the moment.

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